You will find quail, chicken, and duck eggs. This place really does have all the assortment of goods you need to make Asian cuisine, whether its Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Koreans, or Indonesian(probably more, There is even half an aisle devoted specifically to japanese goods.This place has everything you need for your Asian kitchen. Prices are good and they have a wonderful bakery around the corner with the best Bon Mei ever.
A fantastic Middle Eastern grocery. Everything is fresh and healthy. Amazing food and friendly staff. The homemade baba ghanouj is fantastic
Small grocery chain spot with a vast Mexican food section, plus meat, produce & dairy departments.
This grocery store stocks Indian & South Asian staples, specialty foods & convenience items. One of the the cleanest and most well-stocked South Asian grocery stores in Philly.
They have free interrnet (for customers). Lebanese fusion restaurant with an adjacent smoothie bar (Bliss) and a Lebanese style grocery that sells traditional spices, crepes and other foods.
The assortment of foods here (both groceries and prepared foods) are all delicious and fresh. The prices are surprisingly fair for a convenience store in the Comcast center that could easily fleece their captive audience. The juices are delicious.
Full service deli, produce, cold drinks, snacks, home products, candy, coffee, and seating. This place is like Whole Foods with more asian stuff, frozen dumplings and chinese ice cream too! Also a great Italian section, organic and special pasta (what corner store carries organic farfalle??) and bottled gourmet tomato sauce ALSO every kind of canned tomato style- whole, peeled, crushed, diced, you name it!
This is a convenient little corner store jam packed with all the essentials. The owner is friendly and personable. Fresh, home made Korean food made right to order.
Penzey's is a great resource for spices, herbs, mixtures and flavorings, and it is near the top of the list of spice shops. They have tons of spices, neatly organized, next to large smelling pots of that spice. you can take a whiff, get a feel for what you may buy, and then choose accordingly. Also, their prices are reasonable.